Apple Products Are Made in China!

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Apple Products Are Made in China!

A series of controversies have revealed that manufacturing of Apple products is being done in China. Foxconn, an electronic giant which is headquartered in Taiwan, employs hundreds of thousands of employees in China for Apple, and has also helped it to climb the ladder of success in US.

However, its supply factory conditions in China is not good as employees have complained about working day and night, many have lost their lives in factory explosions and live in crowded dormitories. This has led experts to wonder that does Apple executives know about this condition of their employees or not.

Experts said that if they know then why they have not taken any step in this regard? And if they have no clues about it, then how could they be so aloof from the problems which their employees have been facing?

Apple top executives should not forget that the workers, who have given his blood and sweat to their parent company, need some benefits in return of their hard work. As per official data, Apple has sold 315 million iOS devices in last five years, and it would not have been possible without their Chinese workers.

Earlier, it was said that Apple should built its products in the U. S., but it would not be possible as everybody knows that China is the world's biggest IT workshop. Apple has invested its 20 million to develop manufacturing and infrastructure in the country.

There is no market in the world, except China, which could built a modern smartphone as cheaply, easily and reliably as Foxconn does. But now, it is thought that Apple is taking undue advantage of them. It is very important for the company to remember that have no plan B if factory in China gets closed due to their work pressure.


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